The Data Doyen - Model Your Success
“If you torture the data long enough, it will confess." - Ronald Coase

The amount of data generated in real-time is immense. This has created oceans of data from which companies can derive real business value and make better business decisions. The Data Doyen will provide you with a unique opportunity to implement your data analytics skills and challenge your business acumen, by putting you in a real-life scenario and allowing you to redefine your potential with break-through solutions.

Rules and Regulations

1. All rounds will be virtual.
2. Each team consists of 2-4 members.
3. Registration starts on December 1, 2020 and ends on December 14, 2020.
4. All team members should be from the same institute.
5. No limit on the number of teams from each college.
6. Team members can be from first year, second year or a combination of both. Students from the undergraduate colleges are eligible to participate. Students from the part-time and executive MBA program are not eligible to participate.
7. No participant can be a part of more than one team for the same event and multiple registrations by a single participant will lead to cancellation of candidature.
8. Teams should register with a name which does not reflect the name of their B-School or city where the college is located.
9. No entries will be accepted after the deadline. Participants will not be allowed to change their entries once submitted.
10. No registration fee for the event.
11. Teams who do not follow the rules and regulations at any stage of the event will be disqualified.
12. In case of any dispute, the decision of the judges and the organizing committee will be final.

Round 0 - Online Quiz

1. Round 0 will be an online quiz.
2. This will be an elimination round.
3. There will be no negative marking.
4. The Team Leader will play the quiz on behalf of the team.
5. There will be 20 multiple choice questions to be solved in 20 minutes.
6. The quiz will test the participants’ knowledge on various aspects of data analytics.
7. Details of further rounds will be communicated to the qualifying teams.

Round 1 - Case Study Round

1. Qualifying teams will be given a case study and will have to submit the solution in the form of a PPT.
2. The presentation should NOT contain more than 10 slides (including the Introduction and Thank you slide) and the last date of submission is December 24, 2020.
3. The teams will present their case-study solutions to the judges on an online platform.
4. The time allotted for each presentation will be 8 minutes followed by 2 minutes of Q&A session by the judges.
5. Presentations submitted in Round 1 will be used for the final presentation. No alterations to the PPT would be allowed post submission.
6. Participants should not use the name or logo of their institute in the PPT deck.
7. All analyses must be done on Excel/ Python/ R.
8. The teams must share the working in the Excel workbook/ R or Python source code in a separate file besides the PPT. Ensure that the working shown through the Excel workbook/ R or Python source code is organized in a neat manner. Also, the assumptions should be clearly mentioned.
9. Final insights should be shown in the PPT. Include all your findings and visualizations, charts, and graphs (if any) in the PPT.

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For further details contact

Lakshay Piplani: ; 9999040140
Manali Garg: ; 7503000000
Vimal M Mathews: ; 9495808533
Vipul Kumar: ; 8178913247